by Alexandra Kansun
The 1990’s were undoubtedly eventful. Rachel from the hit series TV show Friends got engaged to Barry-who, let’s face it, is no Ross Geller, Ross and Carol conceived Ben, their adorable blond haired baby whom Monica concussed, and Joey and Chandler adopted a chick and a duck. I remember it vividly, sinking into the soft suede couch with my brothers and sisters eating all of the popcorn before I could even get a handful. Every day my siblings and I would fight for the remote- I mean really, it was like a scene from 300, we would scream kick and punch, but every Thursday at 8pm nobody said a word. It was our family ritual; after dinner my mom would make popcorn, not just the microwavable stuff, the stove made fluffy and buttery kind, my brothers would haul their duvet covers down the stairs so we could all keep warm, my Dad would handle the remote and all of the lights, and being the youngest my sister and I would snuggle up and keep the couch warm. Needless to say, Friends was quite the event in my family, as was television all over North America at this time.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy will host a free webinar on July 30 for people who have online marketing questions.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy, an online marketing training company based in the San Francisco California Bay Area has announced that they are hosting a webinar in which participants can "ask anything" about search engine optimization or SEO. Registration is free, and open to anyone who wants to participate.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, has opened registration for their next search engine optimization class which will be in August, 2014. It is designed for individuals and employees who want to get their SEO certification.
The Bay Area Search Engine Academy announced that registration for the next Master SEO training class is now open to those who want to learn online marketing and obtain their SEO certification. The hands-on workshop will be held during the week of August 11-15, 2014 in the San Francisco Bay Area of California.
Article by Axandra
When and why does Google index tweets? The way in which Google indexes tweets has been very unclear. A new study tries to shed some light on this issue.
The study checked 19,000 tweets of 963 Twitter accounts that range from accounts with fewer than 10,000 followers to accounts with more than 5 million followers.
To find the tweets that were indexed by Google, the site search operator (site:) was used in combination with the URL search operator (inurl:).